Public and Community Psychiatry Fellowship Application Requirements

Apply Now for UH Public and Community Psychiatry Fellowship

The fellowship program is open to physicians and advanced practice nurses who plan to pursue careers in community psychiatry.

Physician applicants must have completed three years of an ACGME-accredited general psychiatry training program and be able to obtain an Ohio state medical license by the start of the fellowship, which requires successful passage of USMLE Step 3.

Advanced practice nurse applicants must have completed an accredited training program with either a masters or doctorate and have a certificate of prescribing authority valid in the state of Ohio.

We strongly encourage board-certified physicians and advanced practice nurses of all specialties and backgrounds who have been in clinical practice and are interested in developing their administrative leadership skills for work in the public sector and community mental health settings to apply.

Salaries & Benefits

Salaries are paid by the position you take and are commensurate with market rates for those positions post-training. Please contact us for further information.

Apply or learn more

To apply or learn more about the fellowship program, please contact:

Patrick Runnels, MD
Director, Public Psychiatry Fellowship

To apply for the Community Psychiatry Nurse Practitioner Fellowship, please contact:

Kate Proehl DNP, CNS
Externship Director